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  • 5 years, 9 months ago theskirrid (83K) MOC Designer ADMIN
    OK, so before I lose the will to live, tyre or tire?
    • 5 years, 9 months ago Nathan (64K) Site Admin ADMIN
      Tyre. Doesn't matter as the search should match both anyway.

      Edit: Doh! the search does not equate them.
      • 5 years, 9 months ago thea (59K) Inventory Admin ADMIN
        The spelling tyre does not appear until the 1840s when the English began shrink fitting railway car wheels with malleable iron. Nevertheless, traditional publishers continued using tire. The Times newspaper in Britain was still using tire as late as 1905.
  • 5 years, 9 months ago ukraineman (2K)
    Hahaha...I'm actually from CA...Ukraineman is just a nickname :)

    My only point of cencern was that it was spelled differently from the rest of the tyres and so it wouldn't be grouped with them in the parts order. Just doing my bit to help streamline the parts!
  • 5 years, 9 months ago ukraineman (2K)
    Spelling? I'm more fond of this spelling for all tires but pretty sure you guys want a y...
    • 5 years, 9 months ago DwBrick (2K) Set Manager ADMIN
      what your issue? From Wiki:
      "A tire (U.S. English) or tyre (British English)"

      so what's right or wrong depend heavily where you come from
      • 5 years, 9 months ago theskirrid (83K) MOC Designer ADMIN
        I can see his point and agree with the man from Ukraine tbh. BLL is so US-English biased they only use tire. Either is technically fine. I prefer tyre, but I'm Welsh so... as BL don't, we do.
        • 5 years, 9 months ago thea (59K) Inventory Admin ADMIN
          Having attended a British school for several years, I never "tire" of discussions about the differences between our languages.
          Tyres go in a boot. Tires go in a trunk. Teksuns toss thur "tars" in thuh backa thur ode truk.
      • 5 years, 9 months ago biodreamer (21K) MOC Designer PRO
        so why is the site using color and not colour, the site owner is australian so shouldn't the site use (I.E English)? What spelling does that use? But I think a unification of the term would be good for the search engine.
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